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  • Valuing good practice through landscape

    management assessment

    Genevive Girod - girod.cime@alticime.net

    The need to include, beyond Ecosystem Services

    issues:

    Interaction with stakeholders,

    not only at the project stage, but also through a

    continuous process of experimentation and feedback

    Frame built upon ISO 37101 toolbox

    Sustainable development of communities

    Management systems Requirements with guidance

    for resilience and smartness

    This project has received funding from the European Unions Seventh Framework Programme

    for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 603447

    FP7, Collaborative Project

    1 December 2013 30 November 2016

    mailto:girod.cime@alticime.net

  • Good synergies between environmental and socio-cultural services

    Culture offers a support for

    ecological practice, domestic

    biodiversity and enforce

    integrated landscape approach.

    Most addressed topic:

    Culture and community identity

    Education and capacity building

    Some gaps on:

    Health and care

    Security and safety

    Resilience

    Classification of number of collected initiatives through issues/purposes from 0 (white) to more than 5 (dark grey)

    >

    PURPOSES

    ISSUES Attractiveness Social cohesion Well-being

    Preservation

    and

    improvement of

    environment

    Resilience Responsible

    resource use

    Governance

    Education and

    capacity

    building

    Innovation,

    creativity and

    research

    Health and care

    in the

    community

    Culture and

    community

    identity

    Living together,

    interdependence

    and mutuality

    Economy and

    sustainable

    production and

    consumption

    Living and

    working

    environment

    Safety and

    security

    Community

    infrastructures

    Mobility

    Biodiversity and

    ES

  • Landscape Management needs to be applied in context

    SWOT trial upon

    stakeholders interviews (Strength Weakness

    Opportunity Threat) >

    PURPOSES

    ISSUES Attractiveness

    Social

    cohesion Well-being

    Environment

    preservation

    and

    improvement

    Resilience

    Responsible

    resources

    use

    Governance

    Education

    Innovation and

    crativity

    Health and car

    Culture and

    identity

    Living together

    Economy and

    sustainable

    consumption

    Linving and

    working

    environment

    Safety and

    security

    Community

    infrastructures

    Mobility

    Biodiversity

    and ES

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%Attractiveness

    Social Cohesion

    Well-Being

    Preservation andimprovement of

    environment

    Resilience

    Resource

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    Potential to improve

    Your Score

  • View on Hercules Labs:

    Hercules Labs: http://labs.kh.hercules-landscapes.eu/themeGLP_valuation.html

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  • Whats next ?

    Landscape Ecological Diagnostic Based on eco-anthropological

    approach and upon landscape features

    functions